Angel fish are very sensitive, and so are bolivian rams... I love both species, but if it is going to be that long of a trip, it is best to just rehome them. Chances are, they wouldn't survive it.
How big are the gouramis, and what variety are they? They could perhaps make the trip.
The danios will, but if where they are being stored isn't A/Ced, the warmth will knock them out. They're a cold water fish, and need temperatures no more than 78*, and if it is way above that, they'll be goners.
Plecos can be very hardy, and might make it, the biggest thing to worry about is their food source.
You cannot leave them in the tank and move them like that. This is a huge hazard and will end badly. You have to take the tank down, store that into the moving truck, and whichever you choose to keep put into containers and store them somewhere. I'd suggest a styrofoam cooler (minus ice or anything unless it will get very hot wherever they are being safely stored) and seal it up nicely. If they'll be staying in small containers, you must do daily water changes. Therefore, before you move, I highly suggest you acclimate them to the easiest water source available- bottled water. That way you can easily stop anywhere, pour out some of their water, and mix in the bottled water very simply and effectively, without needing to remove and acclimate during the trip.
You have to just consider what is most humane for the fish, and where they will be stored, and if it is even possible in your scenario.
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